2021 Green River Fly Fishing Reports

January 25th, 2021

The streamer fishing on the Green River has been solid on the A and B Sections.  The streamer action on the C Section has been slower than normal, but will still produce for anglers that are persistent. The midge hatch has been sparse and there are a handful of BWO dries making an appearance in the early afternoons.  Calm days will fish best on the dry flies.  For nymph fishing focus on the middle and tailouts of runs at about 9 feet deep.    

Current snow pack for the Green River is at about 77% of normal.  Hopefully the incoming storms will help out these weak numbers.  Pray for snow!

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows

 

Current Flow Level - 900 cfs

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section: The Midge hatch begins in the mormings around 10am.  On calm days there area few pods of fish up on these tiny bugs. The trout are holding in their winter runs, nymph rigs around 9 feet deep have been best.  A few BWO's can be found near Little Hole in the afternoons.

B Section:  Nymph rigs have been the most effective method on the upper B Section.  Streamers have been best on lower B.   

C Section:  The action has been slow on streamers. Fish dark flies on dark days and tan, ginger or white on bright days.  Dry fly action is little to none.  It is a sin to nymph on the C Section and you will receive years of bad fishing Karma for doing so.  

Hatches: Midges 

 

Dry Flies

Calm days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Midge Cluster #18-20

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #22-24

Parachute Ant #16-22 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Bunny Midge #20-22

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #22

Jujubee Midge #20-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

 

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February 10th, 2021

Not much has changed since our last Green River Fly Fishing Report.  We've had a few guided trips out over the past week.  Veteran guides Charlie Card and JD Magee are available most days until April and are happy to put you on the fish!   The streamer bite continues to be solid on the upper stretches of the Green River.  Slowly swinging and retrieving streamers in the middle and tail-outs of the pools has been the most productive method.  The streamer action on the C Section still hasn't turned on but persistent anglers will find fish.  The midge hatch is sparse, but there are a few size #16 BWO dries showing up in the early afternoons near Little Hole.  "Warm" and calm days will fish best on the dry flies.  The fish are holding in their winter lies -  the middle and tail-outs of runs at about 9 feet deep have been best for nymph fishing.    

Fortunately, the current snow-pack for the Green River has come up and is now at about 87% of normal.  There are a number of future snow storms forecasted so hopefully we can get back in the average snowpack range.  There is still plenty of time to get the much needed moisture in the mountains.

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows

 

Current Flow Level - 900 cfs

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  Streamers are producing in the middle to lower portions of the A Section.  Look for Midges around 10am on calm days.   A few BWO's can be found near Little Hole in the afternoons - especially on warm cloudy days.

For nymphing use small bugs - scuds and midges at about 9feet deep.

B Section:  Streamers have been solid.   

C Section:  The action has been slow on streamers. Fish dark flies on dark days and tan, ginger or white on bright days.  Dry fly action is little to none.  It is a sin to nymph on the C Section and you will receive years of bad fishing Karma for doing so.  

Hatches: Midges 

 

Dry Flies

Calm days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Midge Cluster #18-20

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #22-24

Parachute Ant #16-22 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Bunny Midge #20-22

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #22

Jujubee Midge #20-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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March 14th, 2021

The Green River is fishing well with small nymphs and streamers.  There are a few BWO mayflies around but nothing to get too excited about yet - a few more weeks until they start showing up in mass. The midge hatch has been very slim this year, the low water doesn't help the hatches.       

Current snow-pack for the Green River is at about 95% of normal.  We are currently getting hit hard with snow which should help considerably.  Red Canyon Lodge reported a foot of snow this morning!  

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows

 

Current Flow Level - 860 cfs

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  Slowly stripping streamers has produced well lately.   You will get more chases than grabs but the action is solid.  Look for Midges around 10am on calm days.   A few BWO's can be found near Little Hole in the afternoons - especially on warm cloudy days.

For nymphing use small bugs - scuds and midges at about 9feet deep.

B Section:  Streamers continue to fish well. On upper B small nymphs have done well in the middle and tailouts of runs.   

C Section:  The action has been decent on streamers. Use dark flies on dark days and tan, ginger or white on bright days.  Dry flies will produce on warm sunny days.  It is a sin to nymph fish on the C Section and you will receive years of bad fishing Karma for doing so.  

Hatches: Midges a few BWO's

 

Dry Flies

Calm days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Midge Cluster #18-20

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #22-24

Parachute Ant #16-22 black

Brook's Sprout Midge #20-22

Bunny Midge #20-22

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #22

Jujubee Midge #20-24

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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April 9th, 2021

The nymph fishing on the Green River has been very good.!  Zebra Midges, Grey Soft Hackles, Black Beauty's and RS2's will all produce.  The flows remain low, averaging 850cfs and will likely remain at this low level for the rest of the month.  The Blue Wing Olives are out but not in mass quantities yet.  Look for the hatch to take off in the next week or so.  Once the BWO hatch gets going the dry fly fishing will pick up - especially on wet or cloudy days. 

Current snow-pack for the Green River is at about 80% of normal.  As of now, we are looking at a low water year.  Hopefully we get a wet Spring!  

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows

 

Current Flow Level - 850 cfs

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  The nymph fishing has been solid with size #16-18 midge and BWO patterns.  5X tippet and a quick hook set will produce lots of action.  Midges are hatching around 10am, BWO's in the afternoons.  

B Section:  The nymph fishing on upper B is really good.  The fish tend to be podded up in the middle and tail outs of the runs.  Streamers or dry dropper have been good on lower B.   

C Section:  Dry dropper rigs will produce action on sunny days.  Streamers have been good on cloudy or wet days.  The BWO hatch is better on the A and B Sections.

Hatches: Midges, the BWO's are ramping up!

 

Dry Flies

Calm cloudy days days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 5x or 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Card's Cicada #10

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #22-24

Beefus BWO Emerger #18

Brook's Sprout Midge #16-22 grey and black

Hackle Stacker BWO #16-18

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

Morris May Emerger BWO #16-20

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Jujubee Midge #16-20

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

RS2 #16-20 grey, brown, black, purple

WD40 #16-18 brown, grey

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

April 26th, 2021

The nymph fishing on the Green River has been very good.!  Zebra Midges, Grey Soft Hackles, Black Beauty's and RS2's will all produce.  The flows remain low, averaging 850cfs and will likely remain at this low level for the rest of the month.  The Blue Wing Olives are out but not in mass quantities yet.  Look for the hatch to take off in the next week or so.  Once the BWO hatch gets going the dry fly fishing will pick up - especially on wet or cloudy days. 

Current snow-pack for the Green River is at about 80% of normal.  As of now, we are looking at a low water year.  Hopefully we get a wet Spring!  

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows

 

Current Flow Level - 850 cfs

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  The nymph fishing has been solid with size #16-18 midge and BWO patterns.  5X tippet and a quick hook set will produce lots of action.  Midges are hatching around 10am, BWO's in the afternoons.  

B Section:  The nymph fishing on upper B is really good.  The fish tend to be podded up in the middle and tail outs of the runs.  Streamers or dry dropper have been good on lower B.   

C Section:  Dry dropper rigs will produce action on sunny days.  Streamers have been good on cloudy or wet days.  The BWO hatch is better on the A and B Sections.

Hatches: Midges, the BWO's are ramping up!

 

Dry Flies

Calm cloudy days days have been best for small dry fly fishing. 5x or 6x tippet

 

Haslam's Midge Adult #22

Card's Cicada #10

Griffiths Gnat #20

Harrop's Hanging Midge #20-22

Parachute Adams #22-24

Beefus BWO Emerger #18

Brook's Sprout Midge #16-22 grey and black

Hackle Stacker BWO #16-18

Triple Double #14-18 purple, black

Morris May Emerger BWO #16-20

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - slow​. 0X tippet

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Jujubee Midge #16-20

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

RS2 #16-20 grey, brown, black, purple

WD40 #16-18 brown, grey

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

May 18th, 2021

Cutting to the chase... The cicadas have not made an appearance yet, and we do not know when high water will begin.

As soon as we hear details on the flow change we will post it on social media.  

The fly fishing on the Green River is very good!  Terrestrial bugs are starting to produce, despite the lack of cicadas so far.  There are beetles, crickets and some size #10 hoppers on the banks.  There is still hope for the smaller cicadas, but the window in which they usually appear is shrinking.  The large cicadas still have a 50/50 chance of showing up later in June.  The nymph fishing has been steady and solid with BWO and midge patterns. Grey Soft Hackles, Zebra Midges, WD40's, Black Beauty's and RS2's will all produce.  The flows remain low, averaging 860cfs and will likely remain at this low level till the end of the month.  The Blue Wing Olives are thick on cloudy or wet days.  

Current snow-pack (snow water equivalent) for the Green River is at about 55% of normal.  Unfortunately we are looking at a very low water year.   

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows - high water likely at the very end of May or early June

 

Current Flow Level - 860 cfs

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  The nymph fishing has been solid with size #16-18 midge and BWO patterns.  5X tippet and a quick hook set will produce lots of action.  Midges are thick in the am, BWO's on cloudy days.  Terrestrial are producing as the day warms up.

B Section:  The nymph fishing on upper B is really good.  The fish tend to be podded up in the middle and tail outs of the runs.  Streamers or dry dropper have been good on lower B.   Terrestrial patterns on hot days.

C Section:  There is a quite a bit of moss on the lower river.  Dry fly fishing has been good. Dry dropper rigs will also produce.  Streamers have been good on cloudy or wet days.  The BWO hatch is better on the A and B Sections.

Hatches: Terrestrials, Midges, BWO's and a few Caddis

 

Dry Flies

Calm cloudy days days have been best for small dry fly fishing on 5x tippet,  Hot days go big bug and big tippet!

 

Chubby Chernobyl #8-12

Card's Cicada #10

PMX black #8-12

High Vis Micro Chubby #12

Parachute Adams #18

Beefus BWO Emerger #18

Brook's Sprout Midge #16-22 grey and black

Triple Double #10-18 black, purple, amber

Fat Albert #8-14 tan, black

Morris May Emerger BWO #16-20

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - medium​. 1-2X tippet,  Wet weather, or dusk / dawn

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Jujubee Midge #16-20

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

RS2 #16-20 grey, brown, black, purple

WD40 #16-18 brown, grey

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

May 20th, 2021

High water is coming at 11pm on May 22nd.  The flows are set to rise to 4,600cfs on May 23rd, and then drop 350cfs per day to 860 on June 3rd.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The fly fishing on the Green River is very good!  The cicadas have shown up on the A Section!  Terrestrial bugs are producing nice fish.  There are also beetles, crickets and some size #10 hoppers on the banks.   The large cicadas still have a 50/50 chance of showing up later in June.  The nymph fishing has been steady and solid with BWO and midge patterns. Grey Soft Hackles, Zebra Midges, WD40's, Black Beauty's and RS2's will all produce.  The Blue Wing Olives are thick on cloudy or wet days.  

Current snow-pack (snow water equivalent) for the Green River is at about 55% of normal.  Unfortunately we are looking at a very low water year.   

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows - high water likely at the very end of May or early June

 

Current Flow Level - 860 cfs

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  Cicadas are fishing well - They should be around for 3-4 weeks!  The nymph fishing has been solid with size #16-18 midge and BWO patterns.  5X tippet and a quick hook set will produce lots of action.  Midges are thick in the am, BWO's on cloudy days.  

B Section:  The nymph fishing on upper B is really good.  The fish tend to be podded up in the middle and tail outs of the runs.  Streamers or dry dropper have been good on lower B.   Terrestrial patterns on hot days.

C Section:  There is a quite a bit of moss on the lower river.  Dry fly fishing has been good. Dry dropper rigs will also produce.  Streamers have been good on cloudy or wet days.  The BWO hatch is better on the A and B Sections.

Hatches: Cicadas, Terrestrials, Midges, BWO's and a few Caddis

 

Dry Flies

Calm cloudy days days have been best for small dry fly fishing on 5x tippet,  Hot days go big bug and big tippet!

 

Chubby Chernobyl #8-12

Card's Cicada #10

PMX black #8-12

High Vis Micro Chubby #12

Parachute Adams #18

Beefus BWO Emerger #18

Brook's Sprout Midge #16-22 grey and black

Triple Double #10-18 black, purple, amber

Fat Albert #8-14 tan, black

Morris May Emerger BWO #16-20

 

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - medium​. 1-2X tippet,  Wet weather, or dusk / dawn

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x or 6x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Jujubee Midge #16-20

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Miracle Nymph #20-22

Black Beauty #20-24

Yong Special #24

RS2 #16-20 grey, brown, black, purple

WD40 #16-18 brown, grey

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

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June 2nd, 2021

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The Green River is fishing very good!  There are cicadas on the A Section and about 1/2 way down on the B Section.    Size #8-10 Terrestrial bugs - Chernobyl Ants, beetles, crickets and hoppers will all produce fish.   The large cicadas still have a 50/50 chance of showing up later in June.  

Current snow-pack (snow water equivalent) for the Green River is at about 55% of normal.  Unfortunately we are looking at a very low water year.   There is a chance that the Bureau of Reclamation will raise the flows again in late June to hurt the smallmouth bass spawn downstream.  Their theory is that if the hurt the bass spawn it may help the endangered species downriver.  We will post info as it becomes available.  

Green River Flow Forecast  Steady Low Flows - flow will be at 860cfs from June 3rd until further notice.

 

Current Flow Level - 1,100 cfs - dropping to 860cfs on June 3rd.

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  Cicadas are fishing well - They should be around another week or 2 !  Size 8-10 terrestrial bugs on 3x tippett.  Droppers are fishing well too.

B Section:  Terrestrial patterns are fishing great when the sun hits the water. 3x tippet.

C Section:  Dry fly fishing has been good. Dry dropper rigs will also produce.  Streamers have been good on cloudy or wet days. 

Hatches: Cicadas, Terrestrials, Midges, BWO's and a few Caddis

 

Dry Flies

Sunny days with intermittent gusts are ideal cicada fishing conditions.  

 

Chubby Chernobyl #8-12

Card's Cicada #10

PMX black #8-12

High Vis Micro Chubby #12

Beetles black size #10-12

Morrish Hopper tan #10

Triple Double #10-18 black, purple, amber

Fat Albert #8-14 tan, black

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - medium​. 1-2X tippet,  Wet weather, or dusk / dawn

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 5x tippet

Grey Soft Hackle #16-20

Frenchie #16

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #18 -22

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Iron Sally #14

Prince Nymph #16

RS2 #16-20 grey, brown, black, purple

WD40 #16-18 brown, grey

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

June 22nd, 2021

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The flows on the Green River went up yesterday to 4,600cfs.  The flows will recede in a few days and be back to base levels of 850cfs on June 26th.   The cicada hatch is over but Caddis, Yellow Sallies, and PMD's are out in force on the B and C Sections.  The hatch will move up onto the A Section soon - likely after the flows recede. Terrestrial bugs in sizes 8-10 - Chernobyl Ants, beetles, crickets and hoppers will all produce fish.  

Green River Flow Forecast  4600cfs dropping back to 850cfs on June 26th then Steady Low Flows for the summer.

 

Current Flow Level - 4,600 cfs - dropping to 850cfs on June 26th.

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  Size 8-10 terrestrial bugs on 3x tippett.  Droppers are fishing well too.

B Section:  PMD's Caddis and Yellow Sallies.  Terrestrial patterns will also produce. 4x - 3x tippet.

C Section:  PMD's Caddis and Yellow Sallies.  Streamers have been good on cloudy or wet days. 

Hatches: PMD's Caddis and Yellow Sallies

 

Dry Flies

Most of the hatches get going around 10am.  

 

Chubby Chernobyl #8-12

Hackle Stacker PMD #16

PMX black #8-12

High Vis Micro Chubby #12

Beetles black size #10-12

Goldie Hawn #14-16

Triple Double #10-18 black, purple, amber

Elk Hair Caddis #14-18

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - medium​. 1-2X tippet,  Wet weather, or dusk / dawn

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 4x - 5x tippet

Crack Back PMD #16

Frenchie #16

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #14 -18

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Iron Sally #14 -16

Prince Nymph #16

RS2 #16-20 grey, brown, black, purple

Buckskin caddis #16​

For the most recent updates please follow us on Facebook and Instagram . We are happy to answer any questions about the river and can be texted at 801-885-0573. Thanks!

July 8th, 2021

Caddis, Yellow Sally Stoneflies and PMD's are keeping the fish happy!  The bugs are thickest on the A and B Sections.  The C Section does not have great hatches right now - possibly caused by the double high flows that were done this season.  The river is running steady at 850cfs.  Terrestrial bugs in sizes 8-10 - Chernobyl Ants, beetles, crickets and hoppers will all produce fish as well.  They just stocked the river with 12 inch rainbows at the main boat ramps - go ahead and pad your numbers !

 

 

Green River Flow Forecast  850cfs likely all summer. Please release fish quickly and in moving water, especially on the lower reaches of the river.

 

Current Flow Level - 850 cfs 

 

Red Creek:  Clear - subject to daily change

 

A Section:  PMD's Caddis and Yellow Sallies on 4x or 5x tippet..  Terrestrial patterns will also produce. 

B Section:  PMD's Caddis and Yellow Sallies.  Terrestrial patterns will also produce. 4x - 3x tippet.

C Section:  Terrestrials & a few PMD's Caddis and Yellow Sallies.  Streamers have been good on cloudy or wet days. 

Hatches: PMD's Caddis and Yellow Sallies

 

Dry Flies

Most of the hatches get going around 10am.  

 

Chubby Chernobyl #8-12

Hackle Stacker PMD #16

PMX black #8-12

High Vis Micro Chubby #12

Beetles black size #10-12

Goldie Hawn #14-16

Triple Double #10-18 black, purple, amber

Elk Hair Caddis #14-18

X2 Caddis #16-18

Party on Top Caddis #14-16

Rusty Spinner #16

Streamers

Dark day dark fly. Bright day, bright fly. Retrieval speed - medium​. 1-2X tippet,  Wet weather, or dusk / dawn

Flash a Bugger

El Sculpito tan

Cheech Leech - articulated all colors

Complex Twist Bugger - all colors

Tungsten Jig Bugger

Kreelex

Galloup's Dungeon - articulated all colors

 

Nymphs

There are a large variety of nymphs for the fish to choose from. Use 4x - 5x tippet

Sparkle Pupa Caddis tan #16

Crack Back PMD #16

Frenchie #16

Tungsten Zebra Midge #16-20 brown, wine, purple, black

Pheasant Tail #14 -18

Scuds #20-22 grey, olive

Iron Sally #14 -16

Prince Nymph #16

RS2 #16-20 grey, brown, black, purple

Buckskin caddis #16​

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Historical River Reports

Green River Fly Fishing Reports from Previous Months and Years

 

2020

2021